Approximately 2,500 students of various nationalities live in dormitories at Keimyung University and eat meals in the one cafeteria that serves them. The cafeteria that serves the dormitories is located in a corner of campus far from a gate, so it’s easy to eat at the cafeteria and a little difficult to eat off campus. Despite the convenience, many students complain about the dormitory food service system and the food. First, the dormitory meal system is inconvenient and unfair. Keimyung University has only one housing system, which includes a full meal plan provided in the dormitory cafeteria
Visual Communication Design student’s graduation work “Lullaby” Visual Communication Design student’s graduation work “MODlife” Visual Communication Design student’s graduation work “Candle”
Department of German Language and Literature professor talking about German reunification Students watching the presentation Presentation in the International Lounge on September 28
Foreign students in KMU occasionally plan to go on a trip by train. There are tickets for foreigners so that they can ride trains without buying a ticket. Those are the Korail Pass (KR Pass) and Happy Rail Pass (HR Pass), which can be purchased from Korail.The KR Pass is a ticket for foreigners who have stayed in Korea for less than 6 months. With this pass, you can ride general trains (mugunghwa, saemaeul, ITX-saemaeul), sight-seeing trains (O-train, V-train, A-train, S-train, DMZ train, West-Gold train), and high-speed trains (KTX, KTX-sancheon). The HR Pass is a ticket for foreigners who ha
The Korean Wave is Korean pop culture fever occurring worldwide since the late 1990s. I interviewed Okada Moeko, who is an exchange student from Japan and loves K-pop.1. Please introduce yourself.My name is Okada Moeko. I am 22 years old. I came from Japan as an exchange student in March.2. Why did you come to Korea?I have been interested in Korean culture and language since middle school. I participated in the study abroad and exchange program in my university and I came to Korea.3. When did you first encounter K-pop?When I was a middle school student, I saw TVXQ on a Japanese music program.…
President Synn Il-hi and Daegu Cultural Foundation’s representative Sim Jae-chan to sign an agreement Celebrating the MOU between KMU and Daegu Cultural Foundation The Keimyung University main administration building that held the MOU ceremony
BISA Cheerleaders performing at Daemyung Campus The band Doremi singing a song The dance group BEAT performing a hip-hop dance
Commencement ceremony for Keimyung University’s goodwill online ambassadors. Students who completed the online ambassadors course for Keimyung University. Students and school officials in front of the Main Administration Building.